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Streets over here at Same time?" We've this question several and at last we have the Civic-minded Cliff dug deep for the into PBE$8 3 , Washington g, AprU 25, 1963 ed" road)to urban-(flat Beaver L News .... :..,,.o.,_,.,., road) type. At the, same iS " is . Roy Sherman, Ken Macken- Academ-o Use time, the grades are being Fishing season on Beaver tie, Bryan Crawshaw, and Armstrongs of Redmond, also changed. And in grading, Lake opened Sunday and the by VI John.. MiSS Gayle Thompson, Mary- brought a birthday cake to College Boards ey tearing By JOYCE PLOOF dirt is moved from level tofishing was terrific in most Phone EX 2-3572 lou Johnson and the guest of her. On Sunday evening, the level. Thus, to save work and cases. Community Clubpriz- honor. Keldermans had refreshments SH 6-2518 and gave us the following facts that he unearthed: The roads are being con- Trying to find time for rofessional air Care? Baby Silting, Working Hours or Other Household Problems Keeping you From Proper Beauty Care Your Problem Is Solved .... is to beautify you - - - any evening MONDAY thru FRIDAY til 9:00 P. M. SALON OF you homeowners money, all the roads are torn up until all the grading is done. After the grading, 11/2 inch- es of rock will be put over the old macadam. Then an- other 2" of fresh macadam will be added to that. And the end result will be you Eastgaters will be able to ride around your lovely com- munity on the best paved roads hereabouts I MAKES US HUNGRY! That d i n n e r the St. Louise Parish is putting on May 5 is enough to tempt the most jaded appetite. Top sir- loin of beef, baked potato, ro- maine salad with choice of roquefort or french dressing, buttered green peas, relish tray, ice cream and cookies and chilled red wine. Besides the menu/ favors will be dis- tributed to all diners and hourly door-prizes will be awarded. According to co-chairman Margaret Randish and Don Daoust, tickets are going mighty fast. They are ob- tained at the Church door af- ter all Sunday Masses. BAZAAR THIS FRIDAY Don't forget the Aldersgate Women's S o e i e t y Bazaar es were awarded to LarryCol- ingham for a 13-1/2 inch rain- bow, Don Remberger with a 13-1/4 and Fran Bailey with a 13. Monday after school the Johnson and Moore child- ren caught 25 in less than an hour, and from all reports the rest of the lake did as well. Guests for opening day at the Ken MacKenzie home were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cromwell and Harold Weiland. Fishing at the Chuck Bailey home were Mr. and Mrs. James Jones, Mr. and Mrs. jerry Bailey and Bob Bailey, and Norman Steinhaus. Beaver Lake Orthopedic Guild met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Elmer John- son, with Mrs. Herb Thomas and Mrs. Lou Knowles as cohostesses. Plans for the May Penny Drive were discus- sed and area mapped. The nominating com-nittee to sel- ect a slate of officers for the new year consisted of Mrs. O. C. Scott, Mrs. Jack MerriLL and Mrs. Elmer John- son. The members ended the evening on the floor with dice---never did find out what that was about. Dining at the Edgewater Inn Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. James Roberge. Weekend guests at the Neal BEAUTY which will be held this Fri- Fraker home were Neal's day from 6:30 to 9:30 at the mother and his brother Dean. corner of 148th S.E. and S.E. Guests at the Elmer John- 2-5567 DOWNTOWN ISSA( 140th You're invited to .... bring" the children and have your dessert there. Mrs. Joy Attebury is in charge of the garden booth; Emily McGuire takes care of the baked goods booth (which also features recipes for sale); Jo Nanninga handles the fancy work; Charlotte Da- FREDDY LINnBLAD men will man the white ele- I1~ phant booth; Shirley Green ~U runs the MYF booth for chil- S1, SONG and MESSAGE YOU WILL NOT dren' and Mrs Myrle Dough- . WANT TO MISS and WON'T FORGET erty '(the pastor's wife) will | IN B ~m e- ~ m , be glad to meet you at the ' , tyCh second hand booth. ) udsude tommum a pel Su~o sounds like fun for [4V2 Miles South of Issaquah on Hobart Road] all! Mothers of Twins Meet Thursday thru Thursday ors f ,ns astside M thea o ~1~ l HI glh nil t ~ ~ .dl a kB" am, Club will meet t 8 p. , ~ ~ ~ J~ U ~ 11' " ! I ~ "J Monday in the Bellevue. ~ ~ M ~lm ~"J ~ m~/ &aF ~g,~ Branch, Seattle-First Nation- - ' --~ al Bank. Mrs. Melvin L. Ma- T:30 P.M. EACH EVENING this, chairman of Overlake ~l|t Cooperative Playschool, will ~,~--~"" ......... speak on "Behaviour of the ~nat, I~lO rroDlemst ~t~ One Woman s Family Pre-School Child." From Milk Pail To Microphone #r Spotlight On Dad ' 1 Home Was Never Like This ~k How To Pack A Suitcase It Is No Secret "A" Why Do Churches Get Sick? COST THEY PAY! . d The wonderland of U and I Sugar... where the waters of the great Columbia and its tributaries spread glistening fingers over the rich soil, nourishing the sprawling horizons of sugar beet fields. A single U and I Sugar beet -- which grows larger and richer in our fertile Washington soil than almost anywhere else in the nation -- may take as much as fifteen ~ ~j gallons of water duringI the growing season.., combining thisfreshness with carbon diox- ~ and the captured vitality of sunlight in nature's " k own "food factory ..... to ma e sugar. It's one of nature's miracles. Harvested from the soil, the fat, healthy U and I sugar beets are shipped by truck and MADE IN wASHINGION puRE FINE GRANULATED train... .. to gleaming U and I sugar beet factories in Moses Lake and Toppenish, where an exacting process of refining and quality control make these beets into pure U and I sugar. If you live in our wonderland of Washington, always buy home- grown U and I - the purest, sweetest, finest sugar that nature and man can produce. son home opening day were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Church, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tall- quist, Lisa and Scott, Jay Walen, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peters and Doug. Miss Darlene Bailey, whose wedding to Howard Landdeck will take place in June, was honored with a bridal shower Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Elmer Johnson. Pre- sent were the Mesdames Chuck Bailey, Neal Fraker, Chuck Weaver and Tony, Day- Opening day guests at the Gordon Adams home were M~.-. and Mrs. Pete Loran, Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Willson, Ed Mar- ray and daughter Shelly, Russ Lindenbaum and son Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jones and Judy. We know a neighbor on Beaver Lake who drove his car a whole year without re- newing his drivers license He got so unnerved by it-" his wife had to drive him to North Bend to renew it on Tuesday. with her cousin, Miss Beryl Baxter of Issaquah, who also had a birthday. Dinner guests at the Rob- err Hoialmen home, Saturday were his cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rosetter of Montevideo, M nnesota, and Hoialmen's sister and hus- band, the Harvey Schulstads of Seattle, The Rosetters were vacationing and had visited their oaughter and family at Sand Point, The Preston Volunteer Fire- men answered a call from The Coast Guard Academy announces it has dropped its special examinations and will use those of the College En- trance Board Examination, Bezinnin~z this year, appli- High Point at 6:45 o'clock Monday morning to find a smoke-filled house, but, for- tunately, no fire. The home was that of Mrs. Christine Pearson who was away at the time. A faultyfurnacewasthe cause of the smoke which alarmed neighbors. DIAMOND' JUBILEE cants for the Coast Guard Academy should request that their College Board scores be sent to that Academy for consideration, College Board exams are scheduled for December 7, 1963. Applicants should apply to take the tests before Nov- ember 8, 1963. Applications for the Coast Guard Academy are nowbeing accepted. An information booklet and application forms may be obtained by writing to Coast Guard Cadet, 618 2nd Ave., Seattle 4, Wash. Appointments as Coast Guard Cadet are made solely on the competitive exami- nation and prospective adapta- bility to military life. There are no geographic quotas nor congressional appointmentq. FROM YOUR REXALL PHARMACIST Rely on us for prompt, professional prescription snrvico. Filling your pre- scriptions IS Our most important responsibility, IBBING ALCOHOL ~PPC First quality; full pint. Unbreakable plastic bottle. KLENZO ANTiSEPTiC MOUTHWASH Ruby-red spicy flavor. 80C Sweetens breath. P nt. PANOVITE MULTI- Rexall ASPIRIN "TAMI,S Mi.31 4 m.lc a.arMn MOUTNWASN ,.,.. 2 ,.65 2f,,. 90c $2.00 P evlts Other sizes & Children's chewabl. _2 for =.01 2 for the price of 1, Kills contacted germs T4.es P~ovlte wl~ plus a penny, in SeConds. Pint MMoralc ....2 for 4.g EYELO EYE LOTION aERoso, s.Ete com Cleanses; soothes minor eye 99 SHAVE CREAMS STATIONERY SD,ORT STOCKIflGS irritations. 8 ounces. ~" 2t,, 99c f= t OI Rexa Lavender or ~, HISTACALMA.6 ozLOTIONsize Reedy-Shave. Regular 01'g~af$or?d~oxEe B:I~2::~:;'f:~Ii;~" Relieves poison iw itcn. ~ ' _ .... Cream ......... 2 for 97 ~ j~" ~* ~ ~lu. Ad,,m' .~ I ~r Menthol. . 1 ~~Seamless or seamed. 89c ANALGESIC BALM ......................................... 2 for ,BO Klenzo TOOTH BILUSHES 291: ASPIREX COUGH DROPS ............................. 2 for .30 Nylon bristled, fin;e medmmses or Rq . 79c giOKETSTreches, Thr.at L.zen,es ............ 2for .80 ,ha {arypLasticcase . .... | ,,. RO-BALL DEODORANT OGc CHLOROPHYLL MOUTHWASH ...................... 2for .99 n. HA|R~ ,A|" SPRA~ I ~ ~ ~!i!i~!ii:l:~'-~nderarm ,~fat 70 25c EPSOM SALT, 4 oz ...................................... 2 for .26 .,o..,_ ................................... ,,or ~ ~"' ~"'' I-~ 1.00 ' et ~ ' 1.39 EUDICAIHE SUPPOSITORIES ....................... 2 for 1.40 B,~_" va[~etY' ~- I, 01/ll-OZ. aerosol' 2 ~GOLDEN LILAC FOOT POWDER, 4 o, .................................... 2 for .SO , of loS. 2 COLOGNE 98c HYGIENIC POWDER, 6 oz ............................ 2 for .99 49c PEROXIDE, 10vo,. pint ............................. 2fl~r i,~ eexall MILK of MAGNESIA ] [ ~ ~ MsipSrJ/g~!in2.oz" x,~.z$e 60c PETROFOL MINERAL OIL, pt ....................... 2for .70 Plain or mint flavor ,,l~_ .. I ~mm ~l . ~r~lee,v~7 1.49 REX-SALVINE BURN SPRAY ........................ 2for1.50 lallml Z2oz. ' /fetOqt [ to. 59C SODA MINTS, 140's ..................................... 2 for .60 SOC Tablets ....................... 2 for .60 I rail Dandngf Treatment SHAMPOO 69c TABLE SWEET, 4 oz. liquid ......................... 2 for .70 ~ |~ g~| Removes loose dan- e~. etl~ MONACET APC Table" V."'" SACCHARIN d, ff sca,es leaves 1.09 couo, SYRUP. TRIPLE ACT,OH ................ 2 o*2 or UO.so I " tabs.~-;~"i:2Oe"lt'j ~ ~ ha r shining~lean. 2[#r 99r 90c COUGH SYRUP, TRIPLE ACTIOH, Child's ... 2 for .99 For pain ..... $~: TRI-SA.E, -oz tube ............................... 17051 lO00 | .00 HAND CRFJtM, Cars Name .. 'for[ ~- 2.59 TRI-SALVE, 1-oz. tube ................................. 2 for 2.60 ~ ................ 1.2S COMPACT POWDER Cara N~": ............ ,.. T" 69c WITCH HAZEL, pint ..................................... 2 for .70 ~ ; ' ' 1.50 FACE POWDER C r ........................ z ror 1.ze 35c ZINC OXIDE OINTMENT, 1 oz ...................... 2for .36 s a Nome 2 .......................... for I. 59 ZINC OXIDE OINTMENT, 2 oz ...................... 2 for .60' L ' . ..... I ~ ___~).zal.I. - 1.50 LIQUID FOUNDATION, Radiance 1 oz 9 ,~,,., ~! I ~ .-~ m~Eh~i'ue l~a VITAMIN IS, l i.19 SPACE FRAGRANCE Adrienn- ~' -- - ....... ::~'-~J i ~.~ vaia~min vim --- _ ..... 96C SNA ...... ' """ ........... 4XOrI,ZO mrou, Cocoanut Oil ............................. 2 for JM I~~Y}.]6 ! 90 s-Mesa, Liquid Croam ............................ 'for .1~ 7~ HAIR OIL, Rexall 8 oz ............................... ~ for .80 r ~2t~Z~_~ l~~;i~l~ !, z 6. ~IA. 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ATIO,"Y 53c SUPPOSITORIES, Glycerin ................ 2 o . ................... u, 1 50 BOXZU ................................... 25c PEROXIDE for Bleaching. 4 oz ~ fnr 9R ~ao ~n.ND PAPER er ENVELOPES .................. 2 for 1.60 THERMOMETERS, Fever .................... 2for 1.70 ...................... 2 for 1 01 39c QUIK-$WARS Applicators2for 4n 1 50 BOXED NOTES, Assorted ........................... .. 55c REX FILM, 120, 127, " .................. U " 2 for a~ 620 Black and White ........................ 2 !or .............. /un ,au .. 2 for .40 89c RUBBER GLOVES, Belmont ,,-- An 50 TI NH YOU NOTES ...................................... _ eoc MOTH CRYSTALS, Target or Eikay ..Z Tor 25c HAIR NETS, Packs of 3 .......... 2 Packs 26 TYpIND e ............... 2 for .40 87C INSECT KILLER, Target, 7 oz ........... 2 for .88 1 m p, Ivme eaone e;...,- ""A ,, , .'~.~ 39C BALL POIH1 rend, u,~................... n t... ........ ,,,,,,,,,1,, omKm ............ L U6CKS I.U1 ,a. a~L WEN REFILLS, ALl-intone ................. ~ ~uu .~_ 98c HAND LOTION, Cara Nome .............. 2 for .99 2~c GIFT WRAP PAPERS .... . .................. 1." FACE CR"MS, Cara Name .............. 2f0r 1,51 .................... 2 Packs .26 ,~ AIRMAIL TABtII~ ..... ~ ff:rr .~1 2.00 Adrienne, Lavender 2 for 2.01 25c GIFT RIBDONS, Assorted .................. 2 for .26 ~o~ THOMB TACKS .......... MEN'S, LADIES' WATCHES 8.88 Expansion bands. ~mnmmi~m~i~m~immnmaim~n~nnn~~nn~nmu~ ,:~ A,, DI~"~';'RE CUSH,ON '~' ;.~ FACIAL TISSUES i MATrRESS Florel' ' ,.,o.,, 9. 'e "" I phons, bat- S ~.~ 27" wide. I ~ B tery, and a y.,,ow7W : I Pillow. 4-p. settlnS ................ t.lm [ G cerry case. . White, pink, e Prices Plus Tax on So~e Items,'lulillllillmlmillmlllllmmnnllelllllllllllllllllllll Igli Your Prescr;ption: Our Most Important Respons;bility to Your Health Plenty of FREE PARKING in Rear of Store EX 2.6430 DOWNTOWN ISSAgUAH